To anyone who still believes the National Rifle Association cares more about protecting your Second Amendment rights than it does about kissing up to powerful politicians, it’s time to wake up and smell the coffee.
(’76 Contributor) Welcome to the latest skirmish on the fake war on women — it’s called the “wage gap.” According to the Census Bureau, the median earnings of women are only 77 cents of every
Originally published in the Washington Times. In June I was at a Cory Gardner for Senate get-together. The Colorado Republican candidate told a roomful of friends that he was surprised to see his Democratic opponent,
(By David Hancock, ’76 Contributor) How has Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act of 2010, impacted your personal health care choices? When you ask that complex question, you’ll get a very complex answer depending on who
(By Valerie Richardson) DENVER — Former Sen. William L. Armstrong died Tuesday after a long battle with cancer and just months after announcing he would retire as president of Colorado Christian University. He was 79.
(By Lawrence Arboleda) William L. (Bill) Armstrong, former US Senator and Colorado Christian University president, died Tuesday after a five-year battle with cancer, the Washington Times reports. Armstrong, who was considered a legend in Colorado
(By Joey Bunch and Kirk Mitchell) Former U.S. Sen. Bill Armstrong, a pillar of Colorado’s Republican Party and a force behind the conservative economic policies of President Ronald Reagan, lost his battle with cancer Tuesday. He
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - William L. Armstrong, Colorado Christian University president and a former U.S. senator from Colorado, died Tuesday following a five-year bout with cancer. He was 79. "Bill Armstrong displayed an uncommon vision
(By Rebecca Savranskey) Former Sen. Bill Armstrong (R-Colo.) died Tuesday at age 79 after battling cancer for about five years. Armstrong was a member of the Colorado state House of Representatives and a member of